Faceted work from ECAL/Mathieu Rivier

Once again I’m seduced by the relative simplicity of this work by Mathieu Rivier.

A faceted structure is placed on a plinth where interaction is enabled by touching it. The shape is heat-welded semi-transparent plastic which allows the projection and detection of fingers from inside the structure. Rivier says “I particularly liked not just working on the code of a software programme but also on its material implementation.”

Hats off I say, it’s beautiful.

Lot’s of thoughts regarding 3D printing and textiles to produce a faceted surface… BIT (bring it on!)

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About L.Calder

I am a designer maker mainly specialising in the field of textiles and design. I use colour changing and responsive dyes combined with simple electronics to create colourful pieces of work that can change depending on environment and programming. I also work with various materials and imagery to communicate concepts and ideas as well as create artefacts that are engaging and visually stimulating.

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